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Land of Israel
A beautiful book featuring a special dedication from Baron Edmund de Rothschild walks us through the corridors of the Temple in Jerusalem
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Rare images reveal the group’s first days in the Promised Land
Even the creators of the short animated film “The Adventures of Gadi ben Susi” didn’t think it was any good
During WWII, Hebrew women lined up to volunteer for the British Army. Posters from the period offer a fascinating glimpse of this unique chapter in Zionist history, as well as the history of feminism in Israel
Ya’acov Ben-Dov is considered the founder of silent cinema in Israel. This is the story of the few remaining segments of his legendary first film, Judea Liberated.
With the withdrawal of Turkish forces from Jerusalem, the mayor’s delegation set out to surrender to the British. Over and over, the mayor attempted to hand over his surrender, but his efforts were met with confusion and rejection.
Henry Ford was one of the most notorious American anti-Semites of the 20th century. His grandson, however, was an ardent Zionist. A collection of rare photos from Henry II’s little-known visit to Israel appears here for the first time.
Buried in the archives of the scholar S.D. Goitein are papers which reveal his crucial intervention in a murder case which shocked thousands…
Ulrich Schnaft was a former member of the SS, who posed as a Jew and joined the Israeli army after WWII
The incredible life story of the former leader of the Lehi underground movement, whose personal archive is preserved in the National Library
In honor of the Jewish New year, Adeena Sussman shares a new recipe inspired by a cookbook that helped new immigrants to the Land of Israel adjust to the local cuisine.
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